Lumma Design Reveals Porsche 911 CLR 9 S

A host of aerodynamic enhancements and interior upgrades have made the Carrera S even more exclusive.
Lumma Design's latest tuning program is for the Porsche 911 (991) and consists of an aerodynamics package, new lightweight alloys and a refined interior. Dubbed the CLR 9 S, it will be exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show next week. Custom elements of the bodykit include a front spoiler lip with integrated cup-spoiler sword, a new front grille frame, trim panels for the headlights, overhanging fenders and a three-part spoiler lip, which combine to "vastly improve handling at high speeds."

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A new four-pipe sports muffler (with optional valve control) and matching 90mm 'pipe-in-pipe' tailpipes are available in PUR-RIM or full carbon-fiber. The Lumma Porsche 911 also sits on 20-inch forged light-metal alloy rims, or so-called 'technology wheels' from the Lumma Edition 'GS/R' Edition Sports Rims range available in silver and black, with customized surface finishes available in other colors. GS Monoblock and RS-C multi-piece wheels are also on offer. The German tuner has incorporated a red and black racing stripe from the hood to the rear and along the sides, a color theme that continues inside.
Here, red leather and black Alcantara upholsters the dashboard, sports steering wheel, roof, door panels, center console and other areas. Rubber-studded aluminum pedals, a white instrument panel, aluminum door sill panels, leather-trimmed velour floor mats, and carbon-leather embossed interior panels complete the look.


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